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Re: unable to clean
Your printer sounds like it is trying to self clean for some internal reason. My printer does not self clean, it is an older lexmark but some new flash units can self diagnosed to certain extents. Try first opening it up as if you were going to change the cartridges or clean it. See if the carriage roller is blocked or jammed with paper. Paper jams can be so very tiny. I like to call them UJO's unidentified jamming objects. Last year my toddler put a tiny sliver of cardboard from a toy package down the back of my lexmark. It took me a fair while to find it with a torcha nd a pair of tweezers. Good luck. Please post back if i can further assist.
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Hi there. . . okay . . . Follow this step 1.) Unplug your printer. 2.) Plug your printer again while holding the menu button 15 sec. 3.) select 8 by using the arrow buttons ,push OK and select 0 and push OK 4.) then numbers appear looks like this ###:### ###:###. 5.) now push the MONO button until the purge:#### appears on the LCD 6.) Select 2, push ok, select 7,push ok,select 8,push ok, select 3,push ok
7.) - switch off the printer ,switch it on - ready to print - CHEERS! email me if I help you. . firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Pres 'menu', 'mono start' then
'menu' one by one... 2. Press the arrow up or down to go to
'maintenance 80'. 3. Press 'mono start' several times to go to
'Purge'. Finding the PURGE will show some numeric value which is I
assume the number of times the printer had cleaned. 4. Press
'arrow up' key and scroll for number "2" then press "set".
Do the same for numbers 7, 8 and 3. After you have entered this
combination, the purge numeric value will be reseted to 00000.